Drip is a new digital donor card for blood donations. Drip uses social and gamified features to promote blood donations. Drip visualizes how much blood has been donated individually, from city to city, province to province and countries as a whole.
OpenData sources used
Address Points (main and subordinates) - Municipal Address data for residential or commercial parcels of land.
Flu Clinics (Ottawa Public Health) - Provides a list of flu clinics with locations and hours provided by Ottawa Public Health.
The value it provides to residents
The Canadian Blood Services is currently spending 367$ for every pint of blood extracted. This adds up to half a billion a year in expenses. They aren't even getting enough donations. This is a problem Drip's mission is to increase donations and decrease costs for the Canadian Blood Services so that everyone that is ever in need of blood will have access to it.
Drip will also allow users to simple book donation appointments through the mobile application and be notified of upcoming appointments.